Eduardos’s interests convene at the interaction of different scales, geographic, regional, place and architectural. Researching and working with architecture and urban design, he began his studies of architecture in his native Puerto Rico obtaining in 2011 a B.Arch. in Architecture from the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR). During that period, he participated in various studio abroad including Mexico DF. and Barcelona. In addition participating as a member on a collective called CIUDADLAB (research in cities across the globe) in a visiting research on cities in Brazil; Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasilia. Participating in lectures, exhibitions and workshops was an essential part of this study. In his design work and research, he looks to push the limits of the architectural scale and its influence on the territory and region. As part of his masters studies, he is now developing a research called, "The re-colonization of a territory through PLAY: construction of a Touristic City", while being a 2013 candidate for an MAUD, Masters of Architecture in Urban Design in the Graduate School of Design, at Harvard University (GSD).

A LAKOU for Haiti

Honor Award AIA of Puerto Rico: A LAKOU for Haiti, Cathedra Haiti from Students from AIASPoli-Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico with Andrés Mignucci.



The main object of study and action RUS San Juan is the use that is generated in the public space linked to mobility in the city, suggesting an activation systems using as tools space and waste generated from the city itself, showing a direct part of who we are. Propose an analysis of the city’s public space centered in the neighborhood of Santurce and organized around the main public transportation system (the bus) and its connection to the key points of the city through its network of stops. Taking Ponce de Leon Avenue as the site of intervention. The documentation of all the process and its results were used to make an explicatory video and as part of a Basurama exhibition. 

This collective began its research by identifying the characteristics of Ponce de León Avenue from bus stop 19 to bus stop 22. In this area we start to notice a constant presence of art - institutional as well as educational – which begins at the MAC and culminates at the Performing Arts Center. Bus stops 19 to 22 displayed spatial inadequacies in terms of identification and lack of waiting seats. Using 400 cans per curtain, the numbers for each bus stop were created. Not only did these metal curtains provide a proper identification for each bus stop, but being placed laterally, they also provided shadow within its perimeter.